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Hilbert-Schmidt Separability Probabilities from Bures Ensembles and vice versa: Applications to Quantum Steering Ellipsoids and Monotone Metrics

@inproceedings{Slater2021HilbertSchmidtSP,
  title={Hilbert-Schmidt Separability Probabilities from Bures Ensembles and vice versa: Applications to Quantum Steering Ellipsoids and Monotone Metrics},
  author={Paul B. Slater},
  year={2021}
}
  • P. Slater
  • Published 19 January 2021
  • Mathematics
We reexamine a recent analysis in which, using the volume of the associated quantum steering ellipsoid (QES) as a measure, we sought to estimate the probability that a two-qubit state is separable. In the estimation process, we, in effect, sought to attach to states random with respect to Hilbert-Schmidt (HS) measure, the corresponding QES volumes. However, a study of the relations between HS and Bures ensembles and their well-supported separability probabilities of 8 33 and 25 341… 

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